Humanitarian photographer Giles Duley HonFRPS will be visiting Bath in February to discuss his work and to support the work of Emergency UK which provides humanitarian relief during crisis situations.
Duley, the subject of a recent Channel documentary, was embedded with the US army in Afghanistan, in February 2011 when he stepped on an IED. The explosion left him with horrific injuries and ultimately - a triple amputee. Duley was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of The Royal Photographic Society in 2013.
On Thursday, 13 February Duley will talk about his photography and experiences, in a special evening titled ‘Becoming the Story’. He will take questions and sign copies of his book. Giles's website can be found at: http://gilesduley.com/
The event starts at 6.30pm at St Michael’s Church, St Michael’s Church, Broad Street, Bath, BA1 5NS. Tickets are £15. Concessions (student, unwaged, over-65s) £10. Refreshments will be available before the lecture starts.
Tickets for the talk can be purchased online here or from The Royal Photographic Society, T: 01225 325733, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The talk is arranged by EmergencyUK, Bath branch, which raises funds and awareness to support the work of EMERGENCY and The Royal Photographic Society.
6.30pm, for 7.30pm until 9.30pm.
Hearing and access requirements
The venue is wheelchair accessible.